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Corruption hurting U.S. foreign policy

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Corruption on a massive scale has been bleeding the life-blood from America’s economic assistance initiatives for Afghanistan, funding which has amounted to around $114 billion since our initial military intervention there in 2001.

Parade marshal selections praised

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The choice by the Miss Sunnyside Court and Terry Ziegler, as chairs of the Sunshine Days Parade, to select Deb Estrada and Brit Moore as Grand Marshals is “spot-on.”

Director apologizes for schedule mix-up

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Best intentions mean little when coupled with bad information.

Clinton’s Wall Street link cause for concern

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The primary cause of the Great Depression was commercial bank speculation in the stock market while governmental missteps prolonged it.

It appears that Hillary Clinton is going to win the Presidential race.

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It appears that Hillary Clinton is going to win the Presidential race.

Progressives miss the point

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We in America are in a very difficult time.

Unhappy with American society

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Preserve the power grid

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Our nation’s power grid is susceptible both to solar events and terrorism.

Sunnyside movie night a success

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The Sunnyside Museum and Historical Association hosted its second summer movie on Tuesday, Aug. 18.

Community efforts making a difference

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Support made a difference in two recent American Legion community drives.

Reader supports Alex Newhouse for judge

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As a combat-wounded veteran, I cannot overstate the importance of action.

Is fiction imitating fact?

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There’s a new movie coming out, “Transparent,” that promises to be the action thriller of the year.

Apologies for restaurant incident

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On behalf of the entire El Valle Restaurant and staff, we sincerely apologize for the unfortunate incident that one of our guests experienced July 13.

Pakootas is the right choice for Congress

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When Cathy McMorris Rodgers and Rep. Morton were praising Teck Cominco for their polluting the Columbia River and Lake Roosevelt, Joe Pakootas sued the Canadian firm and is responsible for a landmark decision to protect international boundaries and stopped the polluting of heavy metals into our rivers.

Councilman’s ‘Peasant’ remark raises concern

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After reading a front page article in the Tuesday edition of the Daily Sun, I am curious whether the entire Sunnyside City Council refers to all people who may appear in front of them as “Peasants.”

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